A new conference format – with unprecedented depth and coverage. The PostTrade 360 Helsinki conference on the upcoming Wednesday and Thursday promises to host Finland’s devoted post-trade community for a get-together that is both insightful and inspirational.
With a week to take-off, the number of registered delegates is approaching 200.
Over a full 24 sessions, discussions will cover all corners of the post-trade landscape. These will naturally include snappy updates on regulation, technology and business trends – but also offer thought-provoking outside-the-box topics.
As the conference takes place, Finland’s CSD Euroclear has recently implemented its new platform Infinity 2. What results are we seeing, and what can we expect of the future in the light of migrations towards the pan-European T2S settlement platform?
The program will be moderated by industry profile Göran Fors, deputy head of investor services at SEB (whom we have previously interviewed).
Who is Nordic settlement champion?
“We are proud to be able to present no less than 6 case studies, to cover over 20 pieces of post-trade regulation, all asset classes, cybersecurity, fintech, ESG, diversity and the implications of upcoming quantum computing,” says Daniele Truini, head of the event.
He is highly grateful to Finland’s professional post-trade community for their positive reception of the new conference format.
“The response has been amazing!”
One of the unique points in the program will be a look into the differences in settlement rates between Nordic countries. Can we see traces of cultural differences?
A part of the answer may be provided as broker-dealer Nordnet’s head of operations for Finland Heikki Kukko takes to the stage, armed with a mass of outcome data from his own organization.
Read all about it
PostTrade 360 Helsinki will take place on 30–31 October, at Pörssitalo. Agenda, speaker list and tickets can be found here, and our editorial coverage will be gathered here.
For an impression of the corresponding conferences that have taken place in other Nordic capitals, find here a pick of articles relating to Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm.